One of Adelaide greatest eating spots, The Colonist, has made foraging plates a permanent fixture on their dinner menu. And even better still, every Friday from 4pm until 6pm, you can find an assortment of foraging plates on the menu for only $10. Healthy and delicious, we’re sure whatever you decide, you won’t be disappointed.
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Always local and always changing, The Noble Gentleman is Adelaide’s newest small bar venue showcasing different local South Australian wineries each month on their menu and in their bar.
This year’s SALA Festival is the biggest yet, so we’ve narrowed down the list of exhibitions to our favourites to keep you busy all August long!
This weekend, on August 11th and 12th, head down to the Marina in Glenelg between 11am and 5pm to enjoy a feast for the senses.
The Adelaide Zero Project aims to achieve Functional Zero homelessness in Adelaide’s CBD within two years—Functional Zero homelessness is reached when the number of people who are homeless in a city on any given night is no greater than the housing placement availability for that night—and is reduced over time.
Whether you’ve got a poodle that’s into pop art or an art deco-loving American bulldog, the Pawsome Art Trail is the perfect adventure for you and your cultured furbaby. Go for a stroll throughout August to spot the vibrant doggy bowls decorated by local artists and soak in the other pieces and installations while you’re there!
After rightfully donning the title of the Gin State, Adelaide is getting an awesome, new festival dedicated solely to our favourite spirit: gin!
Tomich Wines held their Marie Antoinette dinner at The Manor in Basket Range recently as part of the Adelaide Hills Winter Reds Festival. Check out all the photos here.
Adelaide favourite, Rigoni’s Bistro, is hosting a night of deliciousness titled Winter Reds and Truffle Degustation. The evening will feature some of Australia’s best black truffles sourced from Western Australia, Tasmania, Yarra Valley and (of course) South Australia, which represent some of the different and superior growing regions.
For the next six week, S.C.Pannell Wines will be hosting a Sunday Wine Lounge. If you’re looking for somewhere to lounge by a toasty fire with a selection of local foods, music, vinyl and most importantly, with a wine in hand, then why not stop by this stunning McLaren Vale wines.
Oysters – you either love ’em or you hate ’em. If you’re the latter, we’re sorry to hear. But if you’re with us and love oysters then welcome to a month in paradise.
The Arkaba Hotel is hosting their annual Battle of the SA Regions to find out! Pencil in Saturday the 12th of August, cause that is when the battle will go down.
The second stage of On The Run’s innovative community program OTRGive is underway now, and if you’re asking yourself what’s OTRGive then you would be missing out on helping (at no cost to yourself) a huge charity campaign.
The ultimate where, what and how to enjoy the final month of winter here in Adelaide!
All the best food graces the menus during this chilly time of year—so you can bet we gave a little jump for joy when local faves, Cos 18 Leigh, told us they were welcoming a delightful number of winter warmers to their menu!
Every Wednesday from 12.30pm, there will be hearty soups serving from some of the city’s favourite restaurants. Think Lemongrass Thai Bistro, Chianti, Golden Boy and Orana & Blackwood. And all for those doing it tough on the streets this winter.
We all miss the Adelaide Fringe Festival—but pine no longer, because there’s an opportunity to satisfy your festival cravings with one of 2018’s hottest shows, ‘How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker’, complete with a wine tasting! But be sure to do so quickly, as this is the last last show before Edinburgh.
Here at Glam Adelaide, we believe looking to inspirational women who have made their mark in Adelaide’s rich history is always a great idea. Here is the story of Walford’s pioneering woman, Miss Lydia Adamson.
The Adelaide Oval is one of the most beautiful sports grounds in the world. And that’s not just us talking – plenty of experts agree. Along with drawing thousands of cricket fans every year, it now has a reputation as one of the best places in the country to watch AFL but there’s still plenty happening outside of game day.